Battle of Langemarck.  British soldiers in the ruins of a church (said to be watching a bombardment of the enemy lines). Near Zuydcoote, 16th August 1917.  (Photo source - © IWM Q 2710) Photographer - Lieutenant Ernest Brooks  (Colourised by Benjamin Thomas from Australia)

Battle of Langemarck. British soldiers in the ruins of a church (said to be watching a bombardment of the enemy lines). Near Zuydcoote, August (Photo source - © IWM Q Photographer - Lieutenant Ernest Brooks (Colourised by Benjamin Thomas from Australia)

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Men of the Australian Light Horse Regiment taking over new dugouts near No. 1 Outpost, on the left of Walker's Ridge, Picture: .

World War I in Photos: The War at Sea - The Atlantic

World War I in Photos: War at Sea

WWI In the Dardanelles, the allied fleet blows up a disabled ship that interfered with navigation.

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World War I in Photos: War at Sea

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Anzacs land on Gallipoli peninsula April 1915 (Australian War Museum)

Cloth Hall; Battle of Ypres

On September British troops passed through the devastated town of Ypres, West Flanders, Belgium, the site of three major World War I battles, including Passchendaele (July–November in which total Allied and German casualties exceeded

Gallipoli image dated mid-October 1915

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WWI covered live on Twitter: "Apr 20 1915 Russian snipers shoot from their backs blind guided by spotter http://t.co/MYCMcqP7dz http://t.co/BoSXQPWugj"

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WWI covered live on Twitter: "Apr 20 1915 Russian snipers shoot from their backs blind guided by spotter http://t.co/MYCMcqP7dz http://t.co/BoSXQPWugj"

Supporting troops of the 1st Australian Division walking on a duckboard track near Hooge, in the Ypres Sector. As they passed toward the front line to relieve their comrades, whose attack the day before won Broodseinde Ridge and deepened the Australian advance. They are relievieng troops who had taken part in the Battle of Broodseinde.

Supports going up after battle to relieve the front trenches, note the three observation balloons above the bright cloud - Frank Hurley - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

A Horse

The Horrors of The Great War (NFSW)

dead horse WWI - not many of these pics on-line, but so many photos of injured horses in Museum Hill Belgium

World War I in Photos: The War at Sea - The Atlantic

World War I in Photos: War at Sea

WWI United States Marines and Sailors posing on unidentified ship (likely either the USS Pennsylvania or USS Arizona), in (National World War I Museum, Kansas City, Missouri, USA)

WWI covered live on Twitter: "Jun 1 1915 German ambulance vehicle which came under fire of British artillery http://t.co/DnWaR4P8Wm http://t.co/VUwXkFsnwc"

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WWI covered live on Twitter: "Jun 1 1915 German ambulance vehicle which came under fire of British artillery http://t.co/DnWaR4P8Wm http://t.co/VUwXkFsnwc"

26May1915 German scout comes across wounded soldier who had died after crawling for last drink http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn86090528/1915-05-26/ed-1/seq-1/#date1=5%2F26%2F1915&index=12&rows=20&sequence=1&date2=5%2F26%2F1915&words=&dateFilterType=range&page=4 …

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26May1915 German scout comes across wounded soldier who had died after crawling for last drink http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn86090528/1915-05-26/ed-1/seq-1/#date1=5%2F26%2F1915&index=12&rows=20&sequence=1&date2=5%2F26%2F1915&words=&dateFilterType=range&page=4 …

A German cavalryman wearing a gas mask and carrying a long spear or pole - from two different ages of war.

28 Apocalyptic Pictures From The Front Lines Of World War I

Jun 30 1917 Ruined calvary and church at Ablainzeville http://www.iwm.org.uk/collections/item/object/205322838 …

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Jun 30 1917 Ruined calvary and church at Ablainzeville http://www.iwm.org.uk/collections/item/object/205322838 …

Scottish troops advancing in the attack near Arras, during the Battle of the Somme. British troops suffered record loss of life on the first day of the battle with 57,470 casualties.

Scottish troops advancing in the attack near Arras, during the Battle of the Somme. British troops suffered record loss of life on the first day of the battle with casualties.

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